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The fourth book in the bestselling Detective Chief Inspector Wexford series. Perfect for both collectors and new fans of award-winning crime novelist Ruth Rendell.
Nothing is ever quite what it seems...--This text refers to the Paperback edition.
excellent lots of red herrings great story line 2 different people 1 stole a life the other hope tried to steal justice.Published 2 days ago by Unknown
I have read a lot of Ruth Rendell and am never disappointed in them and although this is quite old now, it is still a great read.Published 11 months ago by MRS S L MEREDITH
True to Ruth Rendell s mastery in plot twisting a very enjoyable read bring on the next sectors can't waitPublished 19 months ago by Brenda Linter brenda linger
This is a book read by my wife who enjoyed the story.Cant say any more as not read the book myselfPublished 21 months ago by Harold R. Mears
There is simply no such thing as a bad Ruth Rendell book. She is a phenomenon. A brilliant read as always.Published on 5 July 2011 by Kim
I too thought this was a new release that I'd missed but no, its a reprint of an 1969 book. Wish I'd read the reviews first!Published on 15 Mar. 2011 by eden